If you're feeling anxious about certain facilities reopening across Ontario, and you still want to do your part to stay home as much as possible, there's good news--Netflix is adding plenty of new m

TORONTO -- Cineplex Inc. says it's sticking with COVID-19 safety policies that leave it up to moviegoers to decide if they wear a face mask inside their theatres.

If you’ve found yourself watching more TV shows and movies during the pandemic, you’re not alone.

Now that the weather is starting to improve, it's going to be difficult to continue abiding by the Province's instructions to stay home unless going out is absolutely necessary. 

Good news for those missing live theatre, Hamilton is coming to Disney+.

The Grammy-Award-, Pulizter-Prize-, and 11-time-Tony-Award-winning musical will be available to stream on July 3.

Amazon has announced it’s launching Prime Video Store for Canada, which will allow those with an Amazon account to digitally rent or buy new movie releases.

If you're not working during the pandemic, the chances are probably high you've been binge-watching anything and everything on Neftlix. 

If you’ve been following the instructions of the Province and social distancing the last few weeks, you may have been using the extra time to catch up on the TV shows and movies you’ve been meaning

Good news for Canadians stuck at home with not much to do; Bell Media announced it will be offering Canadians a free trial of their streaming service Crave.

TORONTO -- Netflix is lowering video quality for its subscribers in Canada as it attempts to reduce soaring demands on internet bandwidth in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.